There were goals galore in the Peterborough Junior Alliance League Under 11 age group on Sunday with two sides topping the 20 mark.
Hampton Navy were the biggest goal-grabbers, crushing Woodston 22-1 .
Ethan Camfield led the way for the unbeaten Division Two leaders by helping himself to six goals and there was four for Jake Ginns and hat-tricks for Cian Burrows and Alfie Richardson.
Completing the rout were Drew Budd (2), Kieran Barker (2), Aidan Brooks and Vinni Ball.
Leverington were the other Under 11 side to go goal-crazy.
The unbeaten Division Four team walloped Park Farm Red 21-0 with Reily Tegerdine their top scorer with six.
Oliver Yorke found the net four times, Elijah Aistrup, Daniel Roberts and Daniel Plater bagged hat-tricks and there were also goals for Harry Reader and Adam Day.
In the same age group William Howarth, son of former Posh star Lee, certainly had his shooting boots on on Sunday.
He scored five times as Division Three leaders Werrington beat Stanground 6-2.
March Town Under 14s, Deeping Claret Under 13s and Netherton Under 13s were three more sides to reach double figures.
March thumped Division Four rivals Parkside 14-2 with Jamie Gray-Esson and Ryan Powell each netting five times.
Deeping Claret were 10-0 winners over Rippingale and Folkingham in the 9v9 Division with James Russell scoring three while Sulaiman Saleem and Filip Scuka notched trebles for Netherton as they crushed Crowland 15-1, also in the 9v9 Division.
In Under 14 Division One, Nathan Pickering was the toast of his Deeping team-mates as he hit the only goal of the game in the top-of-the-table clash with Grantham.
It was Deeping’s 13th win from 13 games and they now have a five-point advantage over second-placed Grantham.
In the Under 13 League Cup quarter-finals there were no surprises, although Leverington did force unbeaten Division One title fancies Wasps into extra-time before bowing out 6-4.
Scorers for Wasps were Conor Bird (2), Taylor Horne (2) and Jay Ward (2).
Reigning Division One champions Hampton, who hadn’t played since before Christmas, started sluggishly against Phoenix and twice trailed in the first half.
But they eventually got going and ran out 9-2 winners with hat-tricks scored by Zach Findley, Jay Whyatt and Brad Gilbert.
Also through to the semi-finals are King’s Lynn and Gunthorpe Navy. Gunthorpe beat Glinton and Northborough Amber 3-0 thanks to goals by Ryan Bishop (2) and Oluwatomi Ogunyoye.